An independent study of organizations that adopted virtual lab automation finds that organizations of every size will benefit from virtualization as a part of their core IT infrastructure. The study, by research and advisory consultancy voke, posits that virtualization is poised to become the defining technology of the 21st century.
"Organizations are under constant pressure to become more highly optimized and enhance their productivity and efficiency, therefore they should be updating their skills, processes and technology to embrace virtualization technologies," said Theresa Lanowitz, founder of voke, inc. "The report we are announcing today proves that market forces and technological advances are moving virtualization towards mass adoption, meaning the time is right to invest in virtual lab automation technology."
The Virtual Lab Automation Market Snapshot Report highlights the virtual lab automation benefits for application development and test teams, including IT services and engineering services teams tasked with supporting pre-deployment activities. The report provides an in-depth analysis of key findings showing that virtual lab automation:
- Delivers immediate results, measurable within the first month of use
- Reduces server sprawl in lab environments, reducing hardware costs
- Saves IT an average of three days time on fulfilling a provisioning request
- Frees IT time and resources, enabling more strategic initiatives
- Reduces development and testing costs by as much as 50% per project
- Enables organizations to identify more defects prior to production
- Gives test and development teams an environment as close to production as possible, while conserving resources
About the study
voke's "Virtual Lab Automation Market Snapshot Report" highlights the virtual lab automation benefits for application development and test teams, including IT services and engineering services teams tasked with supporting pre-deployment activities.
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